By: Dick Bryant, Laurette Burke, John McManaus and Mark Spalding
56 pages, Col photos, figs, tabs, maps
global assessment of anthropogenic threats to coral reefs by overfishing, coastal development, and other human activity. The study finds that nearly 60 percent of the earth's coral reefs are threatened by human activity - ranging from coastal development and overfishing to inland and marine pollution - leaving much of the world's marine biodiversity at risk.
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